An Experiment With Time eBook
An Experiment With Time, 2nd Edition, A & C Black Ltd., 1929.
Re-packaged and re-formatted into PDF with re-drawn illustrations and graphics.
Includes Wikipedia articles and information on the author, his aircraft and the book.
Added internal links. Created cover-art.
e-Book uploaded: PDF v0.1.3a (1.28MB)
"The universe pictured by physics is a colourless universe, and in that universe all brain-happenings, including “illusions,” are colourless things. It is the intrusion of Colour into that picture, whether as an illusion or under any other title, which requires to be explained." - page 6
September 20, 2015
Thank you for the very generous review, CrossReach.
I kindly direct you to the original OCR'd text here:
This is what I had to work with. It doesn't excuse errors but the project never quite left 'Alpha' hence the 'a' at the end of the version.
I may have left that little dot in there as a cheeky reminder to any reader of one smidgen of the thousands I had to crawl through, page after page, removing from the text. (There are other typos, there is also a small error in Fig.13 ! )
What motivated me to create the PDF was to provide a small and more compatible e-book which could be read on nearly any e-book reader and shared easily and read without the need for proprietary 3rd party readers.
I think with the new phones that most people can access the scanned image books online.. but those books lack the text-search you so aptly pointed out.. coupled with horrendous OCR problems. :-\
I did try. It is unfinished. I believe I did include the link to the original scanned book in the ebook.
I still have the work folder with the OpenOffice document and all the graphics and texts. I would be happy to upload that if you are interested.
September 20, 2015
What an excellent job the editor has done on restoring and bringing this important work up into the 21st century. It is clear a lot of work has gone into this. A labour of love no doubt.
As to the text itself I haven't finished it yet. I have a paperback edition. I have had these experiences, which is what led me to Dunne. Seeking out an explanation for the inexplicable.
There are a couple of typographical errors, but there is no contact info for the editor so I'll leave it here. Part III chapter VIII has "only one. person."
The press notice from The Outline says "even now. who say".
Also there doesn't seem to be consistency in the the use of semi colons. Find and replace will fix that. I would suggest in the name of modernization to bring all the semi colons next to the word rather than with a space between. If you enter the semi colon into find with replace before, and then replace it with one that has no space it will change them all automatically.